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The Black Crowes reschedule ‘Moneymaker’ tour for 2021, set new Atlanta homecoming date

Chris (left) and Rich Robinson of The Black Crowes perform an intimate show as Brothers of a Feather at Terminal West in February 2020.
Chris (left) and Rich Robinson of The Black Crowes perform an intimate show as Brothers of a Feather at Terminal West in February 2020.

Credit: Robb Cohen Photography & Video/

Credit: Robb Cohen Photography & Video/

The Black Crowes have rescheduled their “Shake Your Moneymaker” anniversary tour for 2021 with a new homecoming date in Atlanta.

The band will play Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood on July 3, 2021. Previously purchased tickets will be honored for the new date, or refunds are available via www.livenation.com/refund.

Marietta natives Chris and Rich Robinson made the surprise announcement in November during an appearance on "The Howard Stern Show" on SiriusXM that they were reuniting for a 2020 tour to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their landmark debut, "Shake Your Money Maker."

Along with the brothers Robinson, this incarnation of The Black Crowes would feature Isaiah Mitchell from Earthless, session bassist Tim LeFebvre and keyboardist Joel Robinow and drummer Ojha of the Once and Future Band.

In February, Chris and Rich Robinson played a handful of acoustic shows around the country as Brothers of a Feather, including a sold-out performance at Terminal West. Prior to the concert, Chris Robinson sat down with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution to discuss his excitement about reuniting with his brother for a Black Crowes tour and how their often-fraught relationship – which led to the band's demise in 2015 – has evolved.

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